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that there is no way they can do away with if it obama is re-elected. that's right. i don't know how you undo a law like that -- >> dana: where did you hear that? liberal blog? >> bob: probably was. >> dana: the latest person to contradict the white house on the terror attack in benghazi. does he think the anti-muhammad movie related to the murder of four americans? you will hear from him directly when we come back. ♪ ♪ i've been a superintendent for 30 some years at many different park service units across the united states. the only time i've ever had a break is when i was on maternity leave. i have retired from doing this one thing that i loved. now, i'm going to be able to have the time to explore something different. it's like another chapter. when the doctor told me that i could smoke for the first week... i'm like...yeah, ok... little did i know that one week later i wasn't smoking. [ male announcer ] along with support, chantix is proven to help people quit smoking. it reduces the urge to smoke. some people had changes in behavior, thinking or mood, hostility, agitation, depressed mood
listen to msnbc, and obama won the election all day. a couple days ago when he announced he would not meet with leaders around the world because the race was too, too deep in the campaign. so it's okay you don't have to meet with the world leaders in a battle for white house. then two days later you it locked up. media bias there? a little? >> bob: you know, the thing about media, people go to get their own ideology fulfilled every day. i go to liberal blogs you go to conservative blogs. you don't buy the "new york times" and take advice from them? i don't buy "washington times." and take advice from them. >> kimberly: we read all of it. we get all of it. not true. >> dana: he doesn't read anything. >> kimberly: we get it all. >> greg: "us weekly." >> bob: what is that called? ebonics? >> dana: no, no. that is not what it's called. all these things across the board except for ohio, unemployment is worse. spending is up across the board. healthcare billem remains exceedingly unpopular. college tuition is up. poverty has gone up. not a credible plan advanced by the current white hou
to register, where to vote. every year, in every election. >> that was first lady michelle obama at the congressional black caucus saturday night calling on the audience to get out to vote. today celebritietook to soci media and activists took to the eth saes f voter registration day. in 2008 about 6 million americans didn't vote because they missed the registration deadline or didn't know how or where to register. voters in e crucial battleground states of colorado, ohio and florida have just two more wks left to register to vo. joing me now, one of the organizers of the national voter registration day, rosario dawson. how do you get the message out to unregistered voters, i would assume they're kind of hard to reach by definition. >> yes. and that's why it was really necessfor, younow,n std iov year ago, that we needed as many rtnerships as possible to reach out. so people lly grass roots wise were ing to be le t reacout eoe anshow whad 1200 partners across the nation, we had 900 events. it was incredibly powerful. we weren't on the ground everywhere, but it was an opportunity
in an election, and yet the polls suggest that barack obama right now would win. how has he managed to avoid public retribution for not fixing the economy better than he has done? >> because this is not a normal time, and the damage done to the economy could not be fully repaired in four years, and most of the debt that's been run up on his watch is a direct result of the economic collapse, first the recession that began in 2007 and the economic collapse that happened in 2008, which has driven tax revenues down below 15% of income for the first time in 50 years, and driven spending above 21% of income, because so many people are on unemployment and food stamps and medicaid. medical assistance. if we had -- when the economy recovers a higher rate of growth, which it will in the next year or so, what's going to happen is with nothing happening, tax receipts will go up to about 17%, spending will drop to under 21%. there will still be a substantial deficit but it will be much smaller. president obama's main contribution to this $16 billion debt which is -- a $1 trillion debt which is a ten-year
these in an election season that you would think would be crushing obama's reelection chances. and yet they are not. why, you ask? (laughter) it's the subject of tonight's news segment "barack obama's the luckiest dude on the planet." (laughter) in an ordinary election involving a stagnant economy, global unrest, and the typical incumbent president would be at an enormous disadvantage. unless-- >> does the government have a responsibility to provide health care to the 50 million americans who don't have it today? >> well, we do provide care for people who don't have insurance. we pick them up in an ambulance and take them to the hospital and give them care and different states have different ways of providing for that care. (laughter) >> jon: unless-- normally he would be in trouble unless that incumbent president is running against the guy who just appeared to suggest that we don't need to do a health care plan for uninsured americans because we have emergency rooms! (laughter) and, like, they're open all night. (laughter) they're, like, 7-elevens but-- (cheers and applause) now that-- what he jus
for the white house has taken a new turn. less than six weeks before the presidential election president obama is widening his lead over mitt romney. it's estimated 237 are solidly behind president obama or leaning in his direction while 206 votes are in mitt romney's camp. cbs news quinnipiac university "new york times" poll said president obama has gained significant ground over mitt romney in ohio, pennsylvania and florida. we have more on this. >> reporter: good morning. that's right. both are scrambling for support in those potentially make-or-break states. today honing in on ohio. by bus or by plane for mitt romney and paul ryan this election could come down to one state. >> o.h. o.h.! works every time. >> reporter: ohio is one of the key swing states in this election and today romney and president obama will be battling for attention there, but the latest cbs news poll swing states shows romney with some ground to make up. the poll just out this morning has president obama up 10 points in the buckeye state, he had a six point lead before the convention. >> ohio we tried what they are se
astonishing handling of her role as first lady but it's one thing to undermine president obama's re-election campaign, but to do so in a way that goes at the le jij legitimacy. this issue of childhood obesity has problems for children, health costs and children as a nation. that for me is the part that's really kind of out of pounds. >> melissa harris-perry. just a reminder, you can watch melissa right here on saturday and sunday on msnbc at 10:00 a.m. >>> it was atrocious. i'm very surprised the replay official didn't overturn it. if the call is in dispute and there isn't clear evidence that it was wrong, they're supposed to let it stand. but to virtually everybody with a television set, especially with a high-def television set, there's no dispute here. it was conclusively incorrect. >> all right. let's dive in. that's nbc's bob costas. it's the disastrous call by replacement refs that game seattle a win over monday night that's fills coaches and players and thousands of football players. president obama twirted saying that nfl fans on both siesd of the aisle hope the refs' lockout is sett
in london. >>> illegal immigration a hot topic dividing mitt romney and barack obama and the election. what should america do with millions of undocumented immigrants living, studying, working here? we'll look at the candidates' competing plans next. [ male announcer ] truth is, nyquil doesn't unstuff your nose. what? [ male announcer ] alka-seltzer plus liquid gels speeds relief to your worst cold symptoms plus has a decongestant for your stuffy nose. thanks. that's the cold truth! there's a health company that can help you stay that way. what's healthier than that? >>> you might hear a lot of spin on the campaign trail when it comes to immigration and undocumented workers. and so cnn is helping you figure out where president obama and mitt romney really stand. and how they plan to tackle immigration challenges. casey wian looked atd illegal immigration both with the eyes of a sheriff on one side and a student on the other. >> reporter: angelica hernandez was 9 when she first crossed the border. >> i remember having to sleep in the desert because it was getting late and we had been walking
've talked about this for months now. afr the 2010 election, obama sat down and thought about what his message is, his vision is, his strategy going into 20 1237 that's what i wrote about in "showdown" and he's stuck to this with such devotion and passion, because he believes in it. there's a real distinction between him and republicans when td t, t are value-driven differences. not just policy differences. you want to do this with the deficit. i want to do that. it's like the reason i want to do this is because i have a different set of values than republicans. >> what are those values? spell them out. >> using govnment as a coalgrvece protect the safety net and to come together and invest in innovation, education, infrastructure. we're in it together. versus the ryan budgetwhich us aa stand-in first puaninwhsa weonal gid of government and give you a voucher, find medicare on your own. here comes romney and he sort of fits the mold. he's a 1 percenter. he shows no empathy, even before the 47%. >> a pure market guy. >> they use bain, from the beginning, as cynthia noted, as a value. he
for the white house has taken a new turn. less than six weeks before the presidential election sprab wpr obama is widening his lead over mitt romney. it's estimated 270 are solidly behind president obama or leaning in his direction while 206 votes are in mitt romney agencies camp. cbs news quinnipiac university "new york times" poll said president obama has gained significant ground over mitt romney in ohio, pennsylvania and florida. we have more on this. >> reporter: good morning. that's right. both are scrambling for support in those potentially make-or-break states. today honeying in on ohio. by bus or by plane for mitt romney and paul ryan this election could come down to one state. >> o.h. o.h.! works every time. >> reporter: ohio is one of the key swing states in this election and today romney and president obama will be battling for attention there, but the latest cbs news poll swing states shows romney with some ground to make up. the poll just out this morning has president obama up 10 points in the buckeye state, he had six point lead before the convention. >> we tried before, if it
) but with this election, those conservative values are being put to the ultimate test. >> if obama wins, let me tell you what it's the end of: the republican party. >> stephen: no surprise. republican parties don't last long once the black guy shows up. (cheers and applause) and to fight for the g.o.p.'s very existence we have chosen mitt romney as our standard bearer. unfortunately, no one can stand or bear him. (laughter) even some conservatives like peggy noonan who cut loose in the "wall street journaay
in this election the obama team realized correctly there is a very off-putting thing about romney which is embodied in the republican party these days, but romney doesn't particularly without saying a word of the republican performance. it has been designed to optimize the things they might say that what really ticked off the base for the democratic party and raise concerns among independent voters. they probably couldn't have done much better captured by the elements that are far away by the level of conservatism and social issues, paul business of corrupting paul ryan and then embracing the ayn rand approach to economics which is just really far away from the political center, the whole percent thing that cannot romney which should be read this to some extent of being delightfully honest for today's gop is coming from in terms of their attitude towards economic and feel policy. it shouldn't have been an election that is a need for them either they haven't maximized that opportunity that is my take on what's going on and i hope you're going to check out the report and look typical maps and charts.
pickups if obama would win re-election. that would mn sweeping wisconsin,virginia, and connecticut o o l and holding nevada and indiana. as you can see, the battle to control the u.s. senate in november for republicans is quite steep. >>> today the u.n. general assembly will hear from iranian present mahmoud ahmadinejad. it his le addressing the body before hitting his term limits. they're urging delegates to protes the speech and boycotts ri is live. every time we hear him rant, are we giving this guy attention. >> reporter: forgive me if i don't swer your question. we're having a few construction problems. ahmadinejad is expected to be 16 ur a is often the case when he's here in new york, there will be large protests taking place outside the u.n. those are scheduled to take place at 11:00 a.m. and we skpeerkted to hear from high-profile speakerse ry giuliani and mayor bloomberg. he's essentially a me-duck president, finishing up the second of his two-four-year terms. now, just t g aititf insight into what we might here, president ahmadinejad gave a wide-ranging interview yesterday. one
up for auction. >>> finally, in utah, one farmer has put a spin on this year's presidential election. it's the faces of president obama and governor romney that have been depicted in a corn maze. guests are going to be able to make their pick by opening in the obama or romney entrance. voting will end on the election day. very unscientific poll. >>> now for a look at your national and regional weather, here is meteorologist bill karins who has your weather channel forecast. i'm exhausted. why did we think of doing this? terrible idea. >> yeah. i've never done a corn maze. i've never had any urge. the movie "children of the corn" never urged me. good morning, everyone. as far as the weather this morning, umbrellas are needed in many areas. we have a lot of locations that are dealing with wet weather, showers, thunderstorms. some of this in the drought areas that need it in the midwest. the white on the map is lots of clouds. kansas city all the way back heading back into areas of new england. all the green on the map is a little bit of rain. a little radar tour will show you where we'
as a country. we elected barack obama. that doesn't mean thate've seen the end of racism but it optle younger than me my don't have that same resonance because they've seem people like michelle obama and barack obama all the time. this is more desperate than effective. >>oe, mitmnime sthha kind of go along with some of the more brazen stuff if you look at it a certain way. he talks about how the president doesn't have american values. ay rteon campaign trail. listen to this. >> we've got to stop apologizing for scess at home and we've got toave a president to stop apologizing for success abroad. i d't tnk his comnts atesmen u knew nation. >> it's in some respects foreign to the american experience type of philosophy. >> i don't think he ubdss why our ecomy is the most successful in the world. i don't think he understands america. >> two act as though the presidt doesn't understand america, his values are unameric, he doesn't understand how to deal with americans, joe, isn't that sort of the same kind of code that he's different from us, whoever us is supposed to be? >> that's absolutely right
not think that these things are working in part because we have grown as a country. we elected barack obama. that doesn't mean that we've seen the end of racism but it does mean that people my age, people a little younger than me don't have that same resonance because they've seem people like michelle obama and barack obama all the time. this is more desperate than effective. >> joe, mitt romney himself have said some things that kind of go along with some of the more brazen stuff if you look at it a certain way. he talks about how the president doesn't have american values. he says it repeatedly on the campaign trail. listen to this. >> we've got to stop apologizing for success at home and we've got to have a president to stop apologizing for success abroad. >> i don't think his comments and suggestive understanding of what makes american a u knew nation. >> it's in some respects foreign to the american experience type of philosophy. >> i don't think he ubdss why our economy is the most successful in the world. i don't think he understands america. >> two act as though the president doesn'
, for mitt romney and president obama, this election election come -- could come down to one state. >> oh. >> ohio. >> oh. >> ohio. >> reporter: ohio is one of the key scwing states in this election -- swing states in this election and today romney and president obama will be battling it there. romney has some ground to make up. the poll just out this morning has president obama up ten points in the buckeye state. he and his -- he had a six- point lead before the convention. >> it didn't work. we don't like t. we're not going back. >> reporter: the numbers are similar in florida where the president now has a nine-point lead over romney. and in pennsylvania he's maintained a double digit advantage for a couple of months now. but it's ohio that's been the main focus of the campaign with president obama and his republican rival each making his 14th trip to the state. turn on a tv set in ohio and this is what you'll likely see during a commercial break. both campaigns spent more here than any other state. president obama and his allies have spent nearly $48 million on ads in the state since m
's the senior most democrat. part of his job is to help president obama get elected. there are a lot of mormons in nevada excited about that prospect, that the democrats can represent mormons. it's political calculation. like you said, he's trying to get the president elected. he's going to bat for the president. that's his job. >> well, i mean, not only that, but he's also trying to protect a thin democratic majority in the senate. and the thing about harry reid is, harry reid doesn't care what anybody else thinks. he's the president's attack dog here. in fact, i'd say considering joe biden does most of his attacking with a smile, that makes harry reid his more vicious attack dog. he can go after romney on anything. seems to be personal with him. >> greta: is he effective as the senate majority leader? any of you. >> well, i think republicans will be quick to say they've gone how many months out passing a budget. they've punted on a number of issues. if you're asking republicans, no. harry reid is the king of gridlock. he's been single-handedly -- he and the president have been responsible for
put a unique spin on this year's presidential election, the faces of president obama and mitt romney have been depicted in a corn maze. who thinks of these things? guests will make their picks by choosing to enter the maze through either the obama or romney entrance. the straw poll. i like that. the voting will end on election day. >>> now for a look at your national and regional weather, here is nbc meteorologist bill karins. >> a plus for creative and a plus for having a lot of of time on his hand. a lot of corn to cut. >>> good morning everyone. we are watching another quiet, beautiful start to our morning in all areas of the west. yesterday was another hot day in phoenix at 99. many of the areas were seasonally cool. vegas dropped down to 89. that was a little more like it. los angeles was a beautiful 79. up in the northwest a cold front went through. you're a little cooler than you like at 67. but 72 in portland is nice by anyone's standards this time of year. as far as the temperatures this morning, you probably need a light shirt or maybe even areas of possibly the northern ro
to the state this election cycle president obama is making his 13th visit this year alone. earlier this month the democratic ticket made clear just how much ohio means to them. >> if we win ohio, we win the election. >> if we win toledo, we will win ohio. and if we win ohio we'll win this election. >> john heilemann, there has been no shortage of love for the state of ohio this election cycle. president obama and mitt romney both speaking at 1:05 today. i wonder your take on the state it's interesting when you look at the dynamics economically at play in ohio. governor cakasic's great job of sheparding the ohio economy to account for state unemployment 7.2%, lower than the national average, it also undercuts mitt romney's message this economy isn't in turn around and time to get someone else. >> makes john kasic a hobbled sur row gate for mitt romney, you can't say the economy is great when you're trying to prove the economy is bad. thing about ohio it's an important state, and remember when 2004 the whole election came down to john kerry losing narrowly to george w. bush in that state, the p
in the polls. romney and obama will spend day campaigning in a state the election.ide the obama campaign will mitt for investments in e companies. >> you cannot stand up to china is send you have done them our jobs. >> the face-off in the buckeye e come with new polls that show romney falling behind. pointsp nominee is 8 pint behind in ohio and he is behind in florida as well. .his map shows the steep climb t ohio, romney would need everyk up virtually battleground state. l need to stay on message. not yesterday at an ohio speaking about obama.nt >> one thing he did not do, i admit, is raise taxes. flexed for months the republicans have been accusing obama of raising taxes and they admit. romney recently f the country the government. his wife admitted the tape has campaign a headache. it is frustrating because you message out to about the 100%. >> the next major phase of its the first presidential debate. sides are lowering expectations. romney concedes that romney is speaker and the campaign saying that romney is an experienced .ebater >> it is 64 degrees. >> learn which virginia school
the 2012 election aneight days until the first presidentialebate. president obama and millions of americans are calling on billionaire owners to get rid of scab refs and bring back t unwos. tonight i'm camming out mitt romney for attacking some other working professionals. this is "the ed show." let's get to work. >> i think governor romney and a number of folks try to politicize the issue and do a loof terashi hesi gafr mitt romney on education. and right on cue, mitt romney goes after the teachers. >> the teachers union has a responsibility to care for the interests of the teachers. >> former governor howard dean and atlanta mayor react to mitt romney's educated mess. >>> scott walker andaul ryan geobn biodgain unionusting. on why the nfl gets what it paid for. and on national voter registration day, ten million lati voters are in danger of being disenfranchised. we'll bring you the shocking details of a new report that could swing the election to mitt romney. being disenfranchised. we'll bring you the shocking details of a new report that could swing thelection to mitt romney. anorchto h
and major role in this presidential election. in a recent poll of voters finds president obama leading mitt romney 69% to 24%. but that voting power has been under attack with the flood of new republican-led state level voting restriction. the study finds voter purges being enacted in 23 states could affect voter registration and participation by latino citizens. in fact, in many states the number exceeds the margin of victory, exceeds the margin of victory in the last election 2008. that number could grow. it could grow if these laws aren't blocked. colorado and florida, the two states to watch, they are cited as identifying voters for possible purging by comparing their voter registrations with driver's license data bases. here's how it works. naturalized citizens receive their licenses when they were legal immigrants. before they became naturalized citizens, which means this use of outdated information specifically targets naturalized citizens. these laws are an assault on voting rights and they are turning eligible voters into second class citizens. let's bring in marie e ya theresa kum
president obama won the presidcy wh fi vot per prct. this is a close election. we're talking about a rise in the voter in florida, texas, pennsylvania, who is having ese ouageous laws where one in six latinos will be disenfranchid. americans shou be outraged. owy yogi between now and the next 40 days? that's really what it comes down to. >> absolutely. todais national voter registration day. it's historic. wead 50 secretary of sta, both republican and democrats coming together saying we need this action today. we have been able to register close to 100,000 individuals just today alone. we see a ground swell, but it's not engh. wed toakreri ta to ch other about voter i.d. laws, prepare to go to the polls and make sure people realize at the ballot box it's about the american voter. >> i'm going to go to florida and do this story. florida s set near impossible deadlinetove cizenip. how does president obama win? how do the democrats get their vote out when they have these road blocks in front of them? the general election is right around the corner. it's around the corner, but folks have to g
when jimmy carter -- not as incompetent a president as obama -- ran for re-election in 1980, i don't think he was protected as much as barack obama is being this campaign season. cheryl: interesting we're still talking about this so many years later after the civil rights movement. ann coulter, thank you very much. >> thank you. cheryl: good luck on the book, "mugged" by ann coulter. >>> imf's head christine lagarde saying you cannot have it all at the same time. well, turns out some women can really have it all. you may just need a lot of money to make that happen. in tonight's top five, the highest-paid celebrity moms. number five, music superstar beyonce brought in $40 million last year along with her husband's $38 million. number four, supermodel giselle bundchen with quarterback husband tom brady only earned $30 million. number three, jennifer lopez, her rank might slip next year now that she's no longer earning $20 million from "american idol." number two, bethany frankel took in $55 million last year thanks to her numerous reality shows and skinny girl brand of drinks. now s
in this election. i think the obama team realized correctly that there is -- some very off-putting things about romney which actually are to some extend dividing the republican party these days, but romney does not particularly make a small target. that has been successful. we cannot leave this without saying just a word about republican performance. it has been designed, you might almost say. they sat down and try to optimize the things in my say that would really take off the base of the democratic party and really kind of raise concerns among independent and swing voters. it probably could not have done much better. this reflects the way the republican party is to some extent being captured by elements who are really much more conserve -- pretty far away from the medium voter on the level of conservatism on the social and economic issues, the whole issue of bringing paul ryan to the ticket and embracing this approach to american society in economics which i think is just really far away from the political center. the whole 47% thing that came out with romney should be read is not just a gap,
, obviously but it's 42 days until the election until he's also a candidate. candidate obama can be very careful, safe, he's not meeting with these leaders. you say what's to be gained? nothing to be gained. when talking of, you know, as it pertains to the campaign, mitt romney and everybody in his circle are going to be looking at things to criticize about anything that would have come from these meetings. >> nitpicked open mic moments, oh, my god he didn't hug enough kissed him on one cheek not both cheeks. he seems to be playing it safe politically but gave a great speech. >> he gave a fantastic and direct speech. he was perfectly forceful when he had to be. he also state america's place in the world. >> if you're winning you not only play it safe but give a strong speech that covers all sides. he is winning. let's show a chart here of all the different polls. it shows you as you see the blue and red die verge be, president obama gaining now what is a noticeable lead in this race. is he pulling away for good here michael? >> you start to see these trends and start to say ok, ask your
voted in 8 as in 12 obama will get elected. >> brian: does it explain the trend. they were closer even with the same science? >> well, i don't believe that, i believe what they are doing is reweighting the data. that would not establish a trend. the accurate polling which is no reason to go to the polls. go to the accurate one. rasmussen shows the race within a point or two in each of the states . by the way, the trend in rasmussen and in my own poling is that romney was doing foin in august and fell back because of the democratic convention and recovered at end of last week and now even . that is the reality. if the election were held today. romney would carry ohio, florida, nevada, virge virge and a shot at wisconsin where i am today. and would win over 300 electoral votes. the media is deliberately or inadvertantly and wrongly showing the race to be different. >> brian: new york times and washington post using that science having him trailing in all three . nationally everyone said it is a dead heat. dick, stick around. we have to talk to you more. coming up there is no doubt about
for the sake of argument that in fact obama does win this election. there's going to be a lot of disappointment on the republican side. how do you think the debates will play out in the people in the party will grapple if this does happen to some of the issues have been discussing. >> there is a way will both disappoint conservative activist and will disappoint democrats. the reason why ideologues like me care about the election is the affordable care act. i think when you look at a lot of folks on the right, there is a real belief they create universal health system that is going to prove problematic. you also hear this from a lot of liberal policy scholars as well that kind of basically divide between esi and the exchanges is a tricky one as hard to see how exactly that's going to play out. we could have a debate, the regardless that the basic idea this will prove far expensive and consequential than understood. get it is extremely difficult to retrench. certainly people say gosh, bill clinton's security act was completed, but over the subsequent 20 years you did have a number of expansion af
countries and cause damage to u.s. president obama in the run- up to the elections. >> he says the governing parties are trying to turn back the clock in tunisia. he says the party has already placed people from their own ranks in key posts in the media and he sees that as a fresh attack on freedom, so he now has a new target for future cartoons. >> well, a bomb blast has left at least seven people dead in eastern turkey. most believed to be soldiers. security sources in the country say they suspect kurdish militants are to blame. >> the incident took place -- when a vehicle full of explosives blew up when soldiers drew -- drove past in their armored truck. this comes amid a wave of new attacks by the pkk separatist group on turkish military targets. in a minute, we will look at a new exhibit in frankfurt that examines the dark side of art. >> time now for a brief look at some of the other stories making headlines this hour. north korea has held a rare session of parliament here the last time it met was in able to formally nominate -- nominate kim jongun -- jong-un as formal leader. that a l
obama in this election is immigration. what should america do with millions of undocumented immigrants living, studying, and working here. casey buy and has a look at their competing plans. >> reporter: angelica hernandez was 9 when she first crossed the border with her mother and sister. >> i still remember crossing the desert. having to keep in the desert because it was getting late. we had been walking for hours. my mom would hold, you know, my sister in one arm and me on the other arm and, you know, just pray that nothing would happen. >> reporter: but their human smuggler was pulled over for speeding and they were deported. their second crossing succeeded. entering school as a fourth grader, hernandez was teased because she spoke no english. now paul babneuw has spent much of highs career fighting smugglers. he has been in 350 high speed pursuits involving smugglers. >> they look at the humans as product. they don't care about their safety. they get in a wreck and just walk away. >> he strongly supports arizona laws cracking down on illegal immigration. >> the impact has been so t
mathematical way present the argument for re-election for barack obama. i think he did it better than barack obama did. now that they are out there together, you've got to look at the romney campaign which is clearly in trouble, particularly in these swing states, the higher the gap is widening on an almost hourly basis, and you have to say where is his bill clinton. is it paul ryan? where is mitt romney going to find the kind of juggernaut support that barack obama is getting from bill clinton. the answer may well be there is only one bill clinton. that's a positive. >> i know you asked president clinton about mahmoud ahmadinejad's speech which will happen later in the general assembly. what did he say? >> he said there are mostly similarities as you see between saddam hussein and iraq which he had to deal with and between what we're facing with ahmadinejad and iran. he said, look, there is a fundamental difference. saddam was denying having any kind of intention to have nuclear power, whereas, in this case you have a man in ahmadinejad who openly admits they are enriching uranium to develo
. if obama gets elected, the of the large deficit among what -- among young white working-class waters -- workers. how do you keep them down on the farm? they said they need a vision of activist government. how can the republicans consolidate them? this is up for grabs. >> if obama wins, it is almost certain his nine college wide number will go down. it has been described as a victory 40 years later. there were not enough of them in 1972. now there are not. obama consistently runs better among working-class whites in the upper midwest than he does anywhere else. ohio, michigan, wisconsin, iowa, the numbers are a little better. 4445. part of that auto industry, and more union tradition. the big anomaly -- fewer of the white working class in the midwest are evangelical. >> the unemployment rates are very low. >> these are voters -- they are being buffeted by this economy. they have very little reason to feel a lot of loyalty. neither party has shown they can deliver positive economic results in their life. right now the default as republicans will not take my money and give it to people
. if we re-elect president obama there's no question in my mind we'll face four more difficult years. if instead if -- no, instead when i become president -- [ cheers ] >> -- we're going to get this economy growing again. we're going to do the things that ignite this economy. those five things i describe will get america's economy going again, will help people find jobs that need those jobs. we'll get take-home pay to come up again. this is not a mystery. we know how to do it. america has faced challenges before. when we have strong leaders, when we have people who know how to lead and will lead we can get it done. and i am and we will. [ cheers and applause ] [ mitt mitt mitt mitt mitt mitt mitt crowd chanting ] >> i believe in america. and i believe in you. i believe you're going to help me win ohio. i'll tell you that. all right. we love this country. we know what it stands for. we know the power of freedom. we take very seriously the declaration of independence and the constitution. >> mitt romney appearing right now in toledo, ohio before an absolutely raucous crowd there, telli
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